|Author||John M. Budd|
|File size||1.2 MB|
Democracy, Economics, and the Public Good provides a critical examination of essential aspects of American life, reviewing democratic and economic theories and practices and providing examination of ideas of the public good. Similar critical processes are applied to theories and practices of political economy and the public good. Throughout the text, Budd provides an investigation of how informational sources fall short when it comes to informing citizens of the existence of conceptual formations of democracy, economics, and the public good, ultimately arguing that there are strategies that can enhance informing within a public arena.